Can't wait until the 21st to begin the adventure? Neither can we. That's why book discussions start next Monday, the 17th. And it doesn't end with the Saturday Seminar. Chat with others interested in Lewis at the friendly, casual "Just an Inkling" gatherings at Stafford's Perry Hotel beginning October 24.
And on the morning of Saturday, October 29 is the trick-or-treat event in downtown Petoskey. This year, the C.S. Lewis Festival will partner with the Downtown Management Board to provide activities for children at various downtown locations. Children participating in the activities will receive a passport which they can get stamped at each location. If your child hasn't decided on a costume yet, we suggest you consider Narnia characters.
The adventure continues into November, when Emmanuel Episcopal Church will host Dr. Devin Brown from Asbury University. On November 11, (and yes, that is 11/11/11), Brown will show and lead a discussion on the short documentary C. S. Lewis: Why He Matters Today, which he helped to produce. He will also deliver the sermon during the worship service at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church on Sunday, November 13.
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